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This problem is testing your understanding of Gaussian surfaces and charges of solid conducting spheres
This problem tests your basic knowledge of Gauss’s Law
This problem is test your understanding of angles and how orientation affects electric flux.
Calculate the x and y components of the electric field produced by the charge distribution Q at points on the positive x-axis.
A straight, non conducting plastic wire 8.50 cm long carries a charge density of +175 nC/m distributed uniformly along its length. It is lying on a horizontal tabletop.
Find the magnitude and direction of the electric field this wire produces at a point 6.00 cm directly above its midpoint.
What is the direction of the net electric field at the center of the square due to the four charges, and what is its magnitude in terms of q and a?
Three point charges are arranged along the x-axis. Charge q1 = +3.00μC is at the origin, and charge q2 = -5.00μC is at x=0.200m. Charge q3 = -8.00μC.
Where is q3 located if the net force on q1 is 7.00 N in the -x direction?
A negative charge of -0.55μC exerts an upward 0.200 N force on an unknown charge 0.300 m directly below it.
(a) What is the unknown charge?
(b) What are the magnitude and direction of the force that the unknown charge exerts on the -0.55μC charge?
Two small spheres spaced 20.0 cm apart have equal charge. How many electrons must be present on each sphere if the magnitude of the force of repulsion between them is 4.57 x 10-21 N?
Electric forces exist between charged particles, as shown in the images above. These images depict …
Two small spheres spaced 20.0 cm apart have equal charge. How many electrons must be present on each sphere if …